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Microsoft's New Keyboard Scans Fingerprints for Secure Logins - eWeek

Microsoft's New Keyboard Scans Fingerprints for Secure LoginseWeekMicrosoft hides a fingerprint scanner in its newest keyboard for improved login security using Windows 10. Microsoft Biometric Keyboard. Microsoft has incorporated a fingerprint reader to its latest premium keyboard, a move the company hopes will help ...and more »

Microsoft Just Killed This App for Apple's iPhone and iPad - Fortune;

Microsoft Just Killed This App for Apple's iPhone and iPad - Fortune

FortuneMicrosoft Just Killed This App for Apple's iPhone and iPadFortuneThere's now one less digital keyboard for Apple iPhone and iPad users to choose from for typing text messages and emails. Microsoft (msft) is no longer updating its Word Flow digital keyboard for iOS-powered mobile devices, according to Microsoft. The ...and more »

That was quick: Microsoft kills its Windows Phone keyboard for iPhone - Pocket-lint.com

That was quick: Microsoft kills its Windows Phone keyboard for iPhonePocket-lint.comMicrosoft launched its Windows Phone keyboard for the iPhone about a year ago. It was unique because it offered a fan-shaped, one-handed mode, which you'd immediately recognise if you've ever used Windows Phone or Windows 10 Mobile, as it was ...and more »

Microsoft Word Flow is dead; Microsoft suggests SwiftKey instead - Techaeris;

Microsoft Word Flow is dead; Microsoft suggests SwiftKey instead - Techaeris

TechaerisMicrosoft Word Flow is dead; Microsoft suggests SwiftKey insteadTechaerisMicrosoft decided that it would work more on SwiftKey, thus leading to the death of Word Flow. +1 · Tweet · Share · Share · Stumble · Pin. Back in 2014, Microsoft Garage came to life to test out experimental applications on Android and iOS and other ...and more »

Microsoft Monday: Nasty Windows 10 Surprise, Photos App Becoming Smarter, Word Flow On iOS Shut Down - Forbes;

Microsoft Monday: Nasty Windows 10 Surprise, Photos App Becoming Smarter, Word Flow On iOS Shut Down - Forbes

ForbesMicrosoft Monday: Nasty Windows 10 Surprise, Photos App Becoming Smarter, Word Flow On iOS Shut DownForbes"Microsoft Monday" is a weekly column that focuses on all things Microsoft. This week, Microsoft Monday includes details about Word Flow for iOS shutting down, LinkedIn's Website Demographics service, a timeline for the end of Microsoft's Flash support ...and more »

Microsoft Modern Keyboard, Mouse Now Available - Christian Post;

Microsoft Modern Keyboard, Mouse Now Available - Christian Post

Christian PostMicrosoft Modern Keyboard, Mouse Now AvailableChristian PostJul 31, 2017 | 4:24 PM YouTube/MicrosoftA still from the launch video of the Microsoft Modern Keyboard, which features a fingerprint reader built into the accessory. Microsoft's new PC accessories are now available, as the Modern Keyboard and Modern ...and more »

Microsoft Kills Its Windows Phone Keyboard for iOS - MakeUseOf;

Microsoft Kills Its Windows Phone Keyboard for iOS - MakeUseOf

MakeUseOfMicrosoft Kills Its Windows Phone Keyboard for iOSMakeUseOfMicrosoft is removing Word Flow from the App Store. This means that the critically acclaimed keyboard app will no longer be available to iOS users who haven't already downloaded it. And those that have face the prospect of Word Flow never being updated ...and more »

Microsoft just killed Word Flow, one of the best iPhone keyboards - Macworld;

Microsoft just killed Word Flow, one of the best iPhone keyboards - Macworld

MacworldMicrosoft just killed Word Flow, one of the best iPhone keyboardsMacworldIt's been a well-known secret since iOS 9 that one of the best iPhone keyboards is made by one of Apple's oldest competitors. But if you don't already own a copy of Microsoft's Word Flow, your window to buy one has closed. It was barely a year ago when ...and more »

Microsoft pulls Word Flow keyboard for iOS, directing users to SwiftKey - GeekWire;

Microsoft pulls Word Flow keyboard for iOS, directing users to SwiftKey - GeekWire

GeekWireMicrosoft pulls Word Flow keyboard for iOS, directing users to SwiftKeyGeekWireMicrosoft has pulled the Word Flow keyboard, an app designed to bring typing capabilities from the Windows Phone to iOS. The app has been pulled from the iOS store, and a Microsoft site dedicated to experimental projects encourages users to download ...and more »

Microsoft Officially Launches Biometric Keyboard - Mobile ID World;

Microsoft Officially Launches Biometric Keyboard - Mobile ID World

Mobile ID WorldMicrosoft Officially Launches Biometric KeyboardMobile ID WorldThe company's Modern Keyboard was first unveiled in June, and is the first such device in the world to feature a fingerprint sensor embedded in one of its keys. That sensor comes by way of Fingerprint Cards, a Swedish company that has long dominated ...and more »

Microsoft discontinues 'Word Flow' keyboard app, recommends SwiftKey instead - TechSpot

Microsoft discontinues 'Word Flow' keyboard app, recommends SwiftKey insteadTechSpotMicrosoft's experimental Garage division last spring launched Word Flow, a predictive keyboard for iOS that allowed users to enter text with a single hand either by typing or swiping. The Windows Phone-inspired keyboard got better over time as it ...and more »

Microsoft says goodbye to Word Flow, hints at future SwiftKey integration - Digital Trends;

Microsoft says goodbye to Word Flow, hints at future SwiftKey integration - Digital Trends

Digital TrendsMicrosoft says goodbye to Word Flow, hints at future SwiftKey integrationDigital TrendsWord Flow was one-handed typing done right, and especially useful for those with giant phones. Hopefully it will surface again as a SwiftKey feature. Microsoft is shutting down Word Flow. The inventive one-handed keyboard app exclusive to iPhone is ...and more »

Microsoft kills Windows Phone's WordFlow keyboard for iOS - WindowsLatest (blog);

Microsoft kills Windows Phone's WordFlow keyboard for iOS - WindowsLatest (blog)

WindowsLatest (blog)Microsoft kills Windows Phone's WordFlow keyboard for iOSWindowsLatest (blog)Microsoft had started their Windows Phone Flow keyboard as a Microsoft Garage project in February on iOS as a private beta and it was officially made available for all users from April 2017. It not only brought the record breaking Windows Flow keyboard ...and more »

Microsoft Word Flow Keyboard For iOS Discontinued - Ubergizmo;

Microsoft Word Flow Keyboard For iOS Discontinued - Ubergizmo

UbergizmoMicrosoft Word Flow Keyboard For iOS DiscontinuedUbergizmoMicrosoft launched a custom keyboard for iOS devices earlier this year called Word Flow. The keyboard received good reviews when it was launched. It felt like Microsoft wanted to recreate the Windows phone typing experience on iOS devices with Word ...and more »

Microsoft kills Word Flow keyboard app, tells iOS users to install SwiftKey - BetaNews;

Microsoft kills Word Flow keyboard app, tells iOS users to install SwiftKey - BetaNews

BetaNewsMicrosoft kills Word Flow keyboard app, tells iOS users to install SwiftKeyBetaNewsMicrosoft Garage is the place where many cool little projects take off. Word Flow, the iOS version of the keyboard that ships with Windows on smartphones, is among the more popular experiments, receiving positive reviews since its launch, more than a ...and more »

Microsoft kills popular Word Flow iOS keyboard 'experiment', suggests SwiftKey as replacement - PocketNow (press release) (blog);

Microsoft kills popular Word Flow iOS keyboard 'experiment', suggests SwiftKey as replacement - PocketNow (press release) (blog)

PocketNow (press release) (blog)Microsoft kills popular Word Flow iOS keyboard 'experiment', suggests SwiftKey as replacementPocketNow (press release) (blog)Last week's reports of Paint's death may have been greatly exaggerated, in part due to Microsoft's own initial silence on the matter and lack of clarity regarding “removed” and “deprecated” Windows 10 features. But when it comes to the “completion” of ...and more »

Microsoft kills Word Flow keyboard for iOS, recommends SwiftKey instead - VentureBeat;

Microsoft kills Word Flow keyboard for iOS, recommends SwiftKey instead - VentureBeat

VentureBeatMicrosoft kills Word Flow keyboard for iOS, recommends SwiftKey insteadVentureBeatMicrosoft has killed off its experimental keyboard app Word Flow, which debuted as a feature for Windows Phone and as a Microsoft Garage project for iOS in April 2016. SwiftKey is now Microsoft's recommended, and only, keyboard for Android and iOS.and more »

Microsoft Kills Word Flow Keyboard for iOS - iClarified;

Microsoft Kills Word Flow Keyboard for iOS - iClarified

iClarifiedMicrosoft Kills Word Flow Keyboard for iOSiClarifiedMicrosoft has ended its Word Flow keyboard for iOS experiment and pulled the app from the App Store. Launched as a Microsoft Garage project, Word Flow offered a fast keyboard with search (GIFs, restaurants, and more), free customization options and an ...and more »

Microsoft closes down Word Flow for iOS, encourages users to get SwiftKey instead - Phone Arena;

Microsoft closes down Word Flow for iOS, encourages users to get SwiftKey instead - Phone Arena

Phone ArenaMicrosoft closes down Word Flow for iOS, encourages users to get SwiftKey insteadPhone ArenaWord Flow keyboard app for iOS was a product of Microsoft's Garage project. I say “was” because Microsoft decided to pull the plug on the development and remove Word Flow from the App Store. According to a message posted on the app's page on ...and more »

Microsoft dumps iOS Word Flow keyboard in favor of SwiftKey - CNET;

Microsoft dumps iOS Word Flow keyboard in favor of SwiftKey - CNET

CNETMicrosoft dumps iOS Word Flow keyboard in favor of SwiftKeyCNETWord Flow for iOS is a goner. Microsoft. Microsoft has killed off the Windows Phone keyboard it released for Apple's mobile operating system a year ago. Word Flow -- described by Microsoft as a "blazing fast keyboard" for "one-handed typing" -- has ...and more »